[rescue] advice on rescuing an e10k
Charles Shannon Hendrix
shannon at widomaker.com
Thu Oct 26 15:09:48 CDT 2006
Wed, 25 Oct 2006 @ 22:50 -0400, Patrick Finnegan said:
> A BG/L is a cluster of dual proc PPC machines with way too little memory
> per processor (512MB/processor pair IIRC), and a few (3 if memory serves
> correctly) different interconnect networks sticking the nodes together.
> It's not really a single-system-image architecure, at all.
That's what the Linux 2.6 kernel is supposed to bring.
There *are* some single-instance versions, but they are custom hacks.
The idea is to make it a supported sub architecture so it can be made
Some people believe there is no reason for creating a single-instance of
any OS, and that it is better to have an OS per machine.
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